Greg has constructed greenhouses, grow barns and even a playground here in Mattole Valley. He has been a carpenter, a lumberjack, a wild land firefighter, and a businessman. Greg fought in the drug war of the 1980s and 1990s against CAMP; (California Against Marijuana Planting), all while raising his family and building a homestead! Greg continues to cultivate his half acre legacy farm in Panther Gap, which is now a part of the biggest sun grown farmer’s co-op in California. When he’s not building cabins with his chainsaw, you can find him twisting up his favorite strain: Blueberry Muffin from
Humboldt Seed Company.
Marion was cruising along the west coast in 2001 after earning her master's degree in Alaska. She stopped in Humboldt County and never left. Marion went on to spend most of her time homesteading and cultivating in Panther Gap. She bravely battled CAMP in the drug war with small children by her side. She went on to develop more farms after legalization in 2015 with Greg, and they continue to manifest their mutual dream from their legacy farm in Northern California. She strives to grow and smoke only the best Boutique cannabis. In the garden, TrainWreck takes first place, but Marion can often be found relaxing after work smoking the one and only MAC-1.
Lost Creek Cannabis is a Legacy Farm
We have the highest standards for organic crop cultivation
You can taste the difference, you can taste the quality.
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IN THE MEDIA
See how Marion, Greg, and the Lost Creek team advocate for the legal cannabis market! Can you guess what popular TV show they were on?